The English Premier League last week launched a media rights tender in Australia for its upcoming rights cycle, 2022-23 to 2024-25, with first-round bids due by November 15
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel will show all 59 matches of the Women's Big Bash League for the first time
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has renewed its rights for the US Masters golf tournament in a multi-year deal beginning with the 2022 event
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has secured a new multi-year agreement for exclusive free-to-air and pay-television rights to golf's Open Championship
ViacomCBS-owned Australian broadcaster Network Ten has secured free-to-air rights to Australia’s National Basketball League (NBL) for the next three years.
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has extended its rights deals for the MotoGP and Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) motorcycling series
All three of the main Australian television networks are expected to be allowed to bid for free-to-air rights to the National Rugby League, with the Australian Rugby League Commission said to be looking…
Kevin McCullagh looks at the competition for media rights in Australia, after an outbreak of 'streaming wars' in Australia has injected life into a sports media rights market.
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel reported a 40-per-cent increase in subscriptions in 2021, with subscribers for its sports streaming service Kayo Sports more than doubling
The first match of an Australian cricket tour of Bangladesh took place yesterday without live television or streaming coverage in Australia, something that has happened only once or twice in recent decades
Pay-television broadcasters Foxtel, in Australia, and Sky New Zealand have become the latest rights-holders for the Professional Triathletes Organisation’s new Collins Cup competition.
Australia’s National Basketball League has hailed its new domestic media-rights deal with pay-television broadcaster ESPN as its most valuable ever and “a watershed moment”. E
Australian pay-television group Foxtel has appointed Conor Woods as head of its pay-per-view business, taking charge of the long-standing Main Event brand
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel is broadcasting The Hundred, the England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) new-limited overs competition, on its free streaming platform Kayo Freebies.
Australian pay-television broadcaster Foxtel has signed a multi-year extension to its rights agreement with World Wrestling Entertainment